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MI5JJFOKJ) 1N1AIIJ 'I'M BUNK M1DDFOHT). OKKT10X, THURSDAY, .JTTLY 15, IQl,')
Bnforcomont of the rod Unlit nbntc-
mcnt law Jti California linn drlvnti
inrpo numbers of dorcllcts Into ad
joining states, and tlio local pollco
nro talcing stops towards curbing tho
flotsam that has como to this city.
S. Mnru, Btownni of tlio University
club hna returned from a ton days'
trip to Hoattlo.
Tlio Mod ford band will run Its an
nuttl excursion to Uutto Fulls Sun-
day, July 18th, leaving 1'nolflo &
Kastorn dopot H a. in., raturnlng loavo
' lltitto Kails 5 p. m. "Band concert
finu routo and in Uutto Kails park,
llano ilull gamp In nftornoon. Uooil
trout fishing. Kill your picnic has
fcotu and onjoy a, ploasant tlny'it out
ing. Tlckuts $1 round trip.
A. Johnson of Astoria has rotnrn
od to his homo nftnr spcndliiB a tow
tlays'ln thin city vlsltlnK frinndB and
Tho niorcury ut noon today regis
tered SO dogreoti. This Is tlio hotteHt
wwitlior in n wwik, tho toiiiptiratiiro
lining liotwuon HO nnd 91 'dngnius Tor
tho Inst wrok.
"TuxUlfin" 16c anywiioro. In city.
Kormorly Alco Taxi. Now offlco Nash
-'Ifbtol, Phono. 33. ;
;. Mlw Flo ThoiilpBOn of Jualtrtonvlllo
spoilt Wednesday iiftornoon In tho
pity. ' ' '
MrH. liort 11. Dow of JnoliBonvJHo
,U vlillluj; with lior husband In Sun
' Volvot Jco cronm at Do Voo'a.
, Dan I'lojiilng, a minor of I lie Whin-
hoy I'ouk dlitrlct In spending n Mw
days In tho city fin IniHlhiwn,
lAttend tho final olorininito sain for
tho sroalost value In roady-lo-woar.
Mrs. H. V. Miuhlov and ehlldrou ro
(Uruod to Medford after vlsldiig hov-
nnil ilnys with Mm. K, (1. hunt ut
Jiaplo Spring ranch
floorgo Jackson, tlio pioneer, who
Iiiih been Horlously 111 at his .Medford
rcslllonco for tho omit month, Is re
ported a llttlo better today.
Gome spo tho Klsor onlnrgomonls
of Crntor nlu. Medford Hook Hlorn.
Speedotiiclors oleuned, repaired
mid adjusted. .Johnson tho Jewelor.
' Roo Davo'Wood about that flro In-
surnnco policy Offlco Mall Trlbuno
It, W. Xortlmip of Duluth. n form
Or resident of tho Iloguo river valloy,
Is vlsltlnK John M. Hoot. Ho hns
visited nil oyer tho United States nnd
found no plnco with brlghtor pros
peots tlinn Medford. JIo is enthus
iastic over tho future of tho valloy.
Ill ranch Is not for snjo.
I tnko prldo In niRklng your watch
koop porfoct time. I have every fa-
elllty for ilojng flue wntoh repairing.
Johnson tln( Jttwolur.
u4orna MRUsflold and wlfoof Pros.
peat tiro spoudliiK a few days in tlio
Do Voo carries tho best lino of
flvo cent clgnrs In tho city.
County Clinic Ourduer spent Wort
nolilliy afternoon in Medfoid attend
ing (n liuslnoaH matter.
Tlio Alco Tnxl roinpany, owned by
O. f, Vriinwu hns illsenutliiiiud their
offices ut tlio Alco clKiir store and
will harMftor bo kunwu ns "Tuxl
SS" with orflflAH at the Nnsli hotel.
Tlijr liavo iiildud another now ear,
making tlirw In nil and HHmirliiK nuxt
prompt servieu, oltlmr ilny or nlxlit.
Titr. farrU Curnahan If ft Woil
nuMlsvy Hftunioiin for Kan Ki'iuioIhoo.
wlivie hIid will Join 'her husband, I'.
V. CMrimkan. Ttiu- will roturn to
Medford Uia first of uoxt wek.
Johnson, at the Hook Stoio, nn
oxpaet watch repairer.
IMi Anilwaau Iim rvtiirnwl to the
BhH,Ld dhUrlrt aftir miomlliig u
' faw days In this city on liliHlnoan.
11 v HilnrBnMiits. colored, by
Kltor, on dlspUy. Wmlfonl Hook
Th alHur4 Usimll loam was on
ttrtalnt at a ehlekeu dinner WVrinoa
day ulKht by Alra. Walter Antle,
WllQii tha aMion wttutad Mm Autttt
auneuiiMil itbo would give h ehlckou
dilinar to lit (mw if the) won niuf
straight gam. Tlmy won ten
straight. Tli MtUr toam wum ntm
eat Ktnal eloarauae m of oil sumuier
iparl, our eholo of uny nurliwt
talloiwl suit, aluot to ytt, now fit.
IIm Kdnu Corall of (Inints Paas
tiaitlnit Mtih MW lrunt ,4nilth or
!(al nty Hits weak
DlieroUtes. So rents lb. D Vh'i.
Mr. H K utlir hM iwiurnHl
frmn a visit with friends mA wU
tlvoa Ht Vaumiuvi r, tl V
Jkft our wat h lu Johnson. tb
Jewlw, Job will reotlv unusually
Corblli AtlKH of Kavle l'olat has
raturiisil from u tii to tht ismhi
tlau at 8au KraneUro
Homo-inado ptiy at the ghasta
Dr. E. 19 C'lut0. diut stiup Vfl
orittui'iau la 'a tliw all 1 unfiling
Triniiot'd hm '
jinrostiiitwl ilmi. .
? !. Mir.os
i $ I J oitr
O Mill, r mi
(fAwilmul Wvdtib- .iu-ii.vrt.ji.
Dr. Conroy and wife liavo returned
from a three days' trip to Crater Kake
and Pelican Hay.
J21ectrical Inspector J3. L. iHlnman
has returned from a trip to Klsh
Iako whero ho wont on a tour of 'In
spection of the city telephone lino'.
Jack Tar Middles .reduced dn prlco,
98c, J1.19, and 11.48. Ahrens.
D. L. Swlhart of Derby spent
Tuesday In Medford attending to bus
Mrs. Mnlda Uurnctt wltl loavo the
and of the week for Ban I'ranclsao
to romaln until Soptetnber, -visiting
with friends nnd relatives,
Safety and service. Wo glvo both.
Holmes, the Innauranco Wan.
MIsh N'cdllo IlrutiHU' of Kverett, Wli.
is visiting relntlves nnd friends lu
this city. i
One rank of wash dreHses, viilues
to $11.50, filial clearance 2.9R.
Dr. .1. I. Hill nnd wlfo linve re
turned from a month's trip to Port
land, Snn KriiiKilsco and Oregon const
Have 'you tried ono of those lie
milk shakes at DoVoo'a?
Charles Young and wife Jiuve re
turned from a throe days' auto trip
to Crater Lake.
Merchants' Lunch, 2Dc. Tho Shasta.
Siskiyou or Colestln wntor, 10c per
bottlo ot Do Voe's. '
Kdward Daniels of Yrekn, Cal., Is
spoudlng a few days In tho city at
tending to business mutters.
Ono table full of wiirIi dresses,
valuos to JK.fiO, final clearance ?1.
Much local Interest Is being mani
fested lu the game next Sunday in
this elty between Klumatli Kails and
.Medford. Tho visiting team Is rom
poMed of n number of former uni
versity of Oregon players, and is re
ported to be of unusual strength.
They will roino In Hi nutos. Tho
Kliiiuiith baud will accompany them.
Alco Taxi, Me nny whero In elty;
prompt callBi careful driver; phono
During tlte Inst week a number of
inirlsts traveling by wagon liavo pass
ed through the elty, the old fashion
ed prairie sehoonor being used ns a
menus of transportation, making a
strange contrast with tho high pow
ered up to date nutos travelling tho
Krosh roasted peanuts at Do Voo's.
IC. ,U Hansen of Colestln, 1 spend
ing a few days In tho city attending
to business mutters.
Saturday livening Post for this
weok contnlns nn artlclo on Crater
I,ake. Bedford Hook Store 99
Frank Jennings of tho Applegnto
district is spending a fow days lu
Portland attending to business mat
ters. J. 0. Gorklng, tho host all nround
photographer In southorn Oregon.
Always reliable. Negatives made any
whore, tluio or place. Studio 22S
Main St. Phono aaO-J.
fl. I). Greene of mien, N. Y Is
among tlio out of town vlBltors in the
elty this weok.
Frank Hybeo of Jacksonville spent
Wednesday in Medford attending to
Got your buttor, eggs, cream, milk
dnn butter milk at Do Voo'a,
It. W. Huhl, editor or tho Morning
Sun has received u letter from his
brother Arthur, who Is Collier's rep
roNoututlvo lu the Turkish war zone,
and Joiirnoyed with the ABSoelnted
Press correspondent through tlio Gal
lipot! peninsula buttle line. For
three weeks Huhl was cut off from
eoniiiiuulciitlou 'with tho outsidu
world, nnd relatives In this country
worn worried logurdiug his safety.
They applied to the American consul
tor Hid, mid he was lointed. Mr.
It till 1 will have an at dale In Collier's
ut an early ditto on the Turkish sit
uation. At u suorlitl election at OrnntS Pass
Wednesday u lighting and heating
(nuichlse wits granted tlio Hoguo
Hlver Piiblto Kervleo corporation by
a vote of 7X7 to 11U.
An effort to start pumps at Anient
iIhiii to IriiKtito tho Ferudiile district
rtmulttHl lu fnlluie. Tlio lift rtnulrml
Is HSfi foot. The water reaehed a
helttht of SHU feet when the bend was
O It Trout or Kl Soutro, nil., bus
lieu visiting Ashland with a view of
tMtulillshlng a dull) newspaper
Tin- mmu or Ornnt- I'.i
Wediu mI.i .it i -.)( cuil olt'chou i't d
till lu ". d a.un-i to .mtit' Hie luu
trsi t with TwhIm Itiotiieiw tuniki.K
unr to tauiu llu 4ii4illioipallv IohK
rttilruuil, ii' wlut-li Uio oily uti-d
WOO.0H0 Itotidx, in i-unHldwrMtioii !
tka niilfoadr. ivUiiktHi to AVmIoo. A
olanx' in llii coiitl'Mi't rnivi(e thul
in eu-e ut Hr, the 'ruli.ri aio gneii
until hi laiuitliH Mftw muw i
tf'UitHl to itfMUiiw work.
mc.WKK. Colo.. Jiily IL Tli
cas of Ti-NVGal. th PUtto liidton
on trl.il in the federal Qourt hortt
nliaiKfd with innrdttr Ih eonneolloa
utb I lie- killing of Juan Qlrnqon, H
Mivlmil stu ili rd r, wn givou t
th jury today.
VAM)K5i. Alniku, .Iiil "Ifi. Fno
toduv destroyed the Iiuine9fi eetfoii
(iif VnMez. Los live liunilrei thoiw-
and dollars. Ignited .Stntes tn)op.
from Fort I.ixetiiu nnleii in fightitijfl
the flnmes. Dynnmite wn iikimI to
nlieek the fire. No ruin Jiml Fnllen
fur woekn, lyul (lie wnuileii huililinifs'
were lis dry an tinder. Strontr wiiiiIm
from off tlie huge glneier thai Hh.
(llllirges iU ilehrJH jix heliim tin'
town, fiiiineil the flumes.
Vulilez, n town of about ."00 in
liabitnutK Ih siluntcil nt the lieud of
Port Vulilez., I'uget mciiiikI, nnd ruined
I'ommercinl impoi Inure because it
wiiM the eoiiHt lenniniiH of the Fair-liiinks-Vnlilez
trail, wiiieli wuh for
inniiy yenr llio only winter route
between Hie lower Yukon and tlio
ooiisl. Three tlioiimind iroHpootur
ilhoil the I mil in 1H9.H, when J lie gold
oseitement wiik at its height. The
huge glneier Hint iliKehargoH itH wateii
mill wind u few milcrf behind the
town wiih ti Niitiree of benefit to Vul
ilez, boon use ,it wiiii used by inniiy
prospeeloi-H in niteriiig the niouuliiiiiK
in f-onroli of ynld. IMucli placer gold
wast found in the eouutrv tributary
to Vulilez, hut Hie fields have lieein
worked nut. There are irotiuxiug
gold quartz iedgtiH iienr Vulilez. Tlio
liodleR of many pruHpoeiorH who full
into the oraviiHhOM f (he glarier nro
still eiitoiiihed. .Tlio tjtreauiH from
the glauior have in hoiiio hot stiuimei
been n peril to the town, threatening
to wiihIi it iiwny, mill the government
hnd often been importuned to take
HtcM to ooiitrol the witter.
EDITOR IS FINED
DKNVHH, Colo., July 15. ludgo
John A, Parry lu tho district court
today fluod Arthur Macl.eunau, man.
aging editor of tho Denver Times,
$250 nnd costs for contempt of court
in refusing tho dlvulgo Information to
a recent county grand Jury,
Contempt proceedings from tho in
oldent in tho state leglsluturo last
winter when a package of curoncy
wns delivered to Heprosentntlvo W.
W. How laud on the floor ot the house.
The Times printed an account of tlio
"puckugo of money" affair which
later was Investigated by tho grand
jury, MncLennnn was summoned bo
fore tho grand Jury and ordered to
reveal the source of tho information
upon which the (tint story In the
Times was based. Ho refused, main
taining that the Information reach
ed him lu u confidential communi
cation. In pronouncing sentoncn tho court
said: "There seems to be a notion
uurront nuiong members of the press
that they are privileged from dis
posing the names of poisons who give
them InforniHtlun which is mnde the
subject mutter of their articles, a
notion, however, which the rxoiid
ant ought tu have understood to be
wholly erroneous after this court
iimde Its order of April 10."
THE KRUPP WORKS
GICNKN A, Switzerland, July 13, via
Parts A lopnrt has reached H.ihcI
that a big strike Is threatened at tho
Krupp works at ICssou, Gorman), the
inouunout being headed t the union
of Metallurglual Workmen and the
A4M)clutlon ot Mechanics. They de
maud higher wages liooouio or the
oo t of living und shorter hours he-
iHiuse of tho great strain under
which they work, the report s.ws
'Pint uiit-Uiiian ;n until In ln In nn
uiiKiy mood nnij threaten the dostrui
lion or Uio iiiHiiiliin unless their:
demands are prautod Inimedliiteh
The have iieen put off for three
months with promlNes
Kiiwrliwe! rndtlxni ritrrrr i rcoi.
uioiuliuf MuIIkt a irlrau,
a eitfcful btp
tu nil iiHxli"l mollwra It U ttMf -
IiMmI or llic ml. imum tiru arm
muJ uttaul to (tawniiniKtute oiamion mixit-
!!?' '! "! 'tt,,ft .i!".. ..TKv.'K!
Miulttli luflumic uj U (l:UtTt uuc uf Ua9
rrrtt M lute fur ttta uiutbrr.loW.
Kin'tfuH tu pt it butllo uf 'MoOkjV rncud
bkUr (if uiuxi.t- rtHHi wriu to iii.i-
Mi ttalilr Gtw. 101 l-aai.ir UUlx, At.
taiiU. U . fur a bamtauiue Uuol. tlut ivu
will grkallj ugoy. Mallvtl fic.
IN MEXICO CITY
WASHINGTON;, July in. Advice
to the Ciirnufzii" ni''nev ulil Colonel
Iguaeio HnriipHWformerlv enimnl nt
New yorlc, hnd been appointed mn
if!ei)iiil president .of Moiioo City 6
ilnivo elinigo i(f tlio riwl lulininistin
dion. U I'ASO, To.ns, July l.'. Oen
onil Villa has nbiiuihpied Sim Luis
I'otoxi, iieeordin to iclinblo iilthoii'fli
uiioffieiaj iiiformiitlbti. This notion
Iiiih given lo it'iirriinza possession of
nil hut ope of the inporliiiit points
on tho railroad from Mifcii-ii City to
l.moilo nn tlio American frontier.
Villu, o fur art m known here, con
tinues to hoM'Qiicretiuo, but with u
Miiull foice, now isolated. His own
pohitiou nt Torreon in j-egurded b
inilitiuy observer us precnrioiiH.
Hy the nlmndoiimeut of Agnus
iCalicutos mill ZaciiloeiiN. Villa bus
yielded tu (leiierul 'Obregoii, the
ineaiih for support from the oust, ul-
thougli iim yet 'C.uiiimuiii cntioti does
not appear to linve been oHtublislu'd.
The J'orci'rt of 'Villa destroyed .long
iitreteheH of railway both oust mid
'Hiiuth of fibiiigoiPiinilxoiitli of QueiT
Hero, hut tlic.ro is no oiilcnt'c Hint he
luiN'any eonsiderable iforee jn any of
those directions to 'hinder .repair
Pioin tlie- interior it- wuh reported
today Unit I he Onrrnnzii forces from
.Monterey were iilauiiiug to eo.oiier-
htte with Obnjgon by ninving westward
iigniilst ilia ut Toiruon, while uiiotli
er force ik nttemptiug to get .between
him nnd the American frontier by a
iiinreh westward from Mouolovn.
CITY f MEXICO
WASHINGTON, July 13. Mexico
City, freed of tho perils ot slego und
with prospects tof food far the starv
ing, now Is confronted with another
fanilno n scarcity of money. Mil
lions lu currency Issued by tho var
Ioub factious In control of tho capl-
tol passed hack und forth between
them during tho last year have been
repudiated 'by each siiccedlng gov
ern men t.
Although .supported by decree
while tho Issuing faction remained in
control, all such currency now In the
hands of the populaco Is of doubtful
value. Villa issued largo amounts
as did X.upata and when General Olire
gan first occupied tho city tor Gen
eral Carruiuu. ho made a largo Issue
Now that food muy como In, many of
the famished, although possessed ot
some kind of money, muy bo unable
to buy with it. Officials horo liuvo
boon expecting that tho Currnnisn gov
ernment will net to regulate the sit
uiillon. Travelers arriving yesterday
at Vera Cnu ropo-tod Mexico City
quiet and said forelgnors wero sufo
f i om molestation. Tho populaco seem,
ed Indifferent to the shifting scenes
LONDON, July J5. Two htrotigly
held Tuikihh lino iliifendiug the
Oimltiuollott luivo been captiiied hy
the Anglo-r-'iciioli forooi. on the Gnl
hsdi ieniiisiibi, uncording to tut
uouueeineut gnun out this evening
by the rlhtisli official ino bureau.
With TUodford Trttdo'ts Medfcrd Mado
TOO WTO Ttt OtiAHStFT.
FOIt THAU1 'i-pussunger Ford
boiiv lu good condition for 1st class
roadster hoc1 Apply Klectrlc fihop,
South lent ril '
'-,l ' ' ' ' ,u """""
Let in n
.... ..1...,.. lvvto.
II1I.K illlv) i or two iniir in u.m:
Thi- II K l Oil )erfet V - tar
" '' "" i.
Mb'DfUHU, . . . OREGON
County ConimiKsionon. l.eever nnd
Madden .have rcsoiiided their notion,
locating ithe 'I'ueifie highwny from
Central Point to Tolo on the west side
of the Southern Pacific und hne tie
ilepted the nlternation route rfuvored
hy Still lliifliwiiy F.nginoor Cnntine
und Judge Tint Voile, climiiiiilin
grade evossings, ,
"I studied the question carefully"
said Commissioner Madden last night
"and believing tho Interests of Jack
son county pooplc living north and
west of Central Point more Important
than the Interests of tourists I do
olded upon the route which I thought
would best serve them. I wob per
fectly sincere In that stand hut I
came to recognize that the majority
of tho peoplo of tho county were
against me. As 1 am u public servant
and consider my paramount duty to
enrry out the wUhes of tho public, I
decided to abandon iiiy personal pref
erence, and support tho route support
cd by tho majority. Mr. Leever for
tho pame reasons accepted tho samo
"No person Is nbovo mistakes nnd
when a public official finds that his
view Is not tho view of tho people ho
represents I consider It Ills manifest
duty to regurd himself not as a treo
agent but as merely n medium
.through which tho peoplo a right to
mako their will effective."
WASIIINQTON. July 15. A train
between Vera Cruz and Mexico City'
hns been wrcoketl by n bomb near
Apizaco. Tho explosion killod and
wounded many persons. A cable
gram from Vera Cruz to tho htate
department Bays it is uncertain
whether tho train left Vern Cruz July
12 or 13. The railroad hns discon
tinued selling tieketn to Mexico City.
Deafness Cannot Be Cured
br lural rpllolloin, thfy rtnunt rnrti tht
Olwjwd iHirtlon uf tbr rtr, Ttavrr U unlj in
vrar torurvileafnm. mil tbat l br ronttllullon
nt rrinrtllen. l)rfuM In riul lr u Inlliiunl
rondlllan of lb inurom lining ut llir KuaUcblia
'lubr. Wbta thU .llllx ! Inflatntd Jon 1itc
tumbllDC naund or liurftct bPtln(, ind wbcu
It U rmlrtljr cIomJ Urlneu U tbr rmuli, nud
tiiilrM tbi Indiinmatlon cm h" Ukm out nd
I lilt taW rmtorrd to lie iwrmnl roii.lltlou. bi-ur
lot will b ilrtiro;nl tnrrwr. nliw r out ol
ton are curd br Caltrrli, nhldi In iiotlilnc but
an In0iiuil condition nt tbr niuruuA tutr'l.
We trill glrr One llundrrd IMllan Cur nrri'i
of IVafnrM (ruliu-d lir raUtrh) .llmt raouot tx
ciirrd br limit' Catarrh Curr. Send for clrcu
""' '"" r j ciii:si:v ft co.. Toidg. o.
Sold br KrUEllit". TCf.
Tako Haifa t'imllr 1'IIU tor cunitlMlb.D.
Medford's Old Established
Placed in the hands of B. W. Craig & Co.
of San Francisco acd Portland
THE BIG STOCK OF
HUTCHINSON & LUMSDEN
v Wholesale and Retail
TBm v JL. , f ' Jri J . 'L Jl't hwh;
PNteyEI ;NfIT 'Pid ;
is a tent that will stand hard wear and
weather. , , . ,
That won't come apart through cheap material or
That will be as Reed next year and the year after,.
ris it is the first season,
you can get such a Tent by asking for the Will
amette" and making sure our trade-mark is on it.
Every Tent is guaranteed to give absolute satisfacton.
'Willamette" TenU are made In all shea and styles.
Theu cost no more than Tents ulthout name or guarantee.
For Sale by All Reliable Dealers
IIIRSH-WEIS . MANUFACTURING COMPANY, .Makers
formtrly Wltlamttlt Ttnt ami Aunlnu Co.
Don't Trust a Poor
The official Blue Book gives full in
formation of all roads in California,
Oregon, Washington and British Co
lumbia. Shows the per cent of grade
where you can get water and lists the
best hotels and garages in every city.
Don't Start Your Tour Without One
C. E. GATES
on Public Sale I
PAGES 4 AND 5